Your donation will support students who wish to undertake an extra-curricular, once-in-a-lifetime activity that enhances their personal development, and makes a positive impact on the wider community.
The Roland Levinsky Memorial Fund was established in 2007 after the tragic death of the then Vice-Chancellor, Professor Roland Levinsky, who was dedicated to the principle that individuals should be encouraged to achieve their full potential.
Today, the Fund offers students the chance to take part in once-in-a-lifetime opportunities that will enhance their University experience and aide their personal development.
Awards from the Fund are made annually and students can be awarded up to £1500 each. Funded activities can include: travel, charity and voluntary work, creative projects, research expeditions, and other extra-curricular activities.
These awards are made possible by the generosity of our friends and supporters who have donated to the Fund. If you would like to make a gift in recognition of the life and work of Professor Levinsky and to help current students reach their potential today, you can. All gifts, no matter how large or small, are welcome and vital in providing important opportunities that shape the future of our students and the wider community.